Gauteng transport MEC says a decision taken at national level was that there would be no increases in taxi fares on Monday, however, some taxi organisations could defy this decision, while others have plans for later in the month
The bodies plan to bring forward an urgent application before the Pretoria High Court should the department of social development not head their call.
The repairs to the power supply in the area were expected to take 24 hours to fix, however, Eskom says the required material for the repairs were only delivered on Thursday afternoon.
The system which was meant to go live on Tuesday 26 May could not run due to a damaged fibre link between the UIF’s offices and the State Information and Technology Agency.
The reverend maintains he wanted to raise his concerns to clear his name after the national lockdown when asked why he previously opted for silence.
Sisulu appointed Terry Motau to lead lawyers in reviewing all fraud, corruption and irregular expenditure reports in her department.

Courts Case for six linked to Tongaat teen’s disappearance postponed to 19 May

The suspects appeared in court facing murder and kidnapping charges.

News Update unable to operate, implements business rescue plan

In March, the airline suspended all operations expecting to gradually start a new optimised schedule of service once the lockdown has been lifted.

News Update WATCH: Ramaphosa encourages SA to use pandemic to build an equal society

Ramaphosa sought to remind citizens that ‘we have known far worse, and we have prevailed’, imploring people to use the Covid-19 crisis to ‘reaffirm our resolve to fundamentally change our society’.

Covid-19 89 police officers arrested during lockdown – Cele

Premier Sihle Zikalala announced KwaZulu-Natal had the third-highest number of positive cases.

News Update SPCA to investigate SANDF dog shooting incident 

The army claimed the video was fake news, but is now conducting its own investigation, after the SPCA exhumed the remains of the dog.

News Update Mpumalanga police officer shot dead on his way to work identified

The late Leroy Bruwer had led several investigations into rhino poaching in Mpumalanga in recent years.

News Update Covid-19: Nelson Mandela University suspends classes

The university on Sunday night caused consternation with a statement that classes would be unaffected, but that all changed by Monday afternoon.

News Update Kenya confirms first coronavirus case

The Kenyan government said they have traced all people she came into contact with and urged residents to follow guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus.

News Update Even Ntlemeza knew people in high places, but I fired him – Mbalula on Kweyama allegations

If the Prasa chairperson is disgruntled, she is supposed to go to court, Mbalula told crowds while at the Mabopane train station.

Health Gauteng Covid-19 patient in critical condition has ‘comorbidity’ with renal disease

Minister of Health Dr Zweli Mhize announced on Wednesday that six new cases of coronavirus had been confirmed.

News Update Golden Highway taxi crash death toll rises to 12

MEC Jacob Mamabolo called for more vigilance on the country’s roads, and has expressed his condolences to the families and loved ones of those who died in the crash.

News Update Missing Randfontein girl found safe

Ofentse Molefe’s relieved father said her and his girlfriend’s disappearance was ‘all a big misunderstanding’.

News Update DA prepares to fight City of Tshwane administration decision

John Steenhuisen alleges this is an ANC attempt to grab power through the back door.

News Update Mpianzi family prepares summons to serve those found negligent in Enock’s death

The forensic report has pointed the finger at both the school and the Nyati Bush and River Break Lodge in North West.

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